Either of the above in their own right would have extraordinary effects on the economy but the perfect storm we are in has resulted in a shock wave we will be riding for many years to come.
Leading lubricants supplier, Exol Lubricants, has received further manufacturer approvals for its high-quality gas engine oils range.
Rationalisation of your supply chain has many key benefits from reduced inventory, prevention of supply issues to lower costs if orders are bulked. Whilst there are many possible routes the outcome should always be the same.
Exol Lubricants’ will be teeing up at the end of July in support of The Giles Trust Charity Golf Day, to help raise funds for The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
Exol-sponsored British Truck Racing team, Newell & Wright Motorsport, secured second place at Round 2 of the British Truck Racing Championships at Thruxton race circuit on 3rd and 4th July.
Lubricant supply and oil tenders are an artform if you are to get not only the best price but also the best performance, reliability, and trouble-free supply.
Shortages of supply have multiple effects as they not only delay or prevent sales to customers but also increase prices. This last year has seen unprecedented rises in base oil prices, force majeure and allocation amongst retailers and suppliers of base oils and finished materials.
The changing of oil suppliers, or any other product should not be taken lightly and certainly not for short term financial gain. In an ideal world, a tiering of oil suppliers should be in place with preferred followed by two other options should alternatives be required.
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